Looking for a job? Interested in planning your career? How about volunteering or learning abroad? We have a range of resources available to you.
Career Development offers career support and guidance for students and alumni. At CDEL, you can meet with a career advisor, attend a career-preparation workshop, or stop by one of the many special events hosted on campus.
Career and Summer Job Fairs
Career Development hosts Career Fairs and Summer Job Fairs in the Fall, Winter and Spring semesters.
Check out employment opportunities for students here.
Student Employment Programs
Bridge classroom learning with practical application of skills to ease the transition from university to post-graduate opportunities with a student employment program.
Memorial University offers a wide range of co-operative education programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Our highly successful programs offer a combination of classroom study and work term placements in local, national and international businesses.
The Student Volunteer Bureau (SVB) is here to help you find the most valuable volunteer experiences that match your personal, professional and academic goals. The SVB is open Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in UC3011. Apointments are not required. Just drop by at your convenience.
The Go Abroad office provides information about Faculty of Arts study abroad opportunities, university-wide international exchange opportunities, work abroad and volunteer abroad options.
Memorial's Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official document that highlights and verifies the out-of-class learning and involvement of students at Memorial University. The CCR was developed to support and recognize student engagement in qualifying campus activities and serves as a companion piece to the academic transcript, resume, and as an artifact in the ePortfolio.
Memorial's Answers office leads several Leadership Programs where you will learn leadership skills that will help you in your academic, professional and personal life.